Cree Announces Industry’s First Lighting-class LED Array

Cree has released XLamp® CXA20 LED Array, which is regard as the industry’s first lighting-class LED array, aiming at accelerating the LED lighting revolution and can enable a 60 watt A-lamp equivalent while consuming just 11 watts.

The CXA20 array is capable of simplifying the manufacturing process for customers who require a single component in their light engine design with a single, uniform optical source, compact 22mm x 22mm footprint, and simple 2-screw attachment.

When used in a traditional downlight application, luminaires based on the CXA20 are delivering 38 percent more illumination than a 26 watt CFL or a 100 watt incandescent bulb, while consuming a mere 14 watts.

The CXA20 LED array delivers 1050 lumens at 11 watts, or 2000 lumens at 27 watts, with a 3000 K warm white color temperature.

Samples are available now with standard lead times with production volumes targeted for late Q1 calendar 2011., 12/07/2010 - 09:20 — Jasmine Zhuang

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